Lehri vows to conduct board exams in transparent manner

Published on – January 15, 2020 – 1:33 am
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QUETTA: Adviser to the Chief Minister of Balochistan, Mohammad Khan Lehri has said that the Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Department is one of the most important areas of secondary education.


QUETTA: Adviser to the Chief Minister of Balochistan, Mohammad Khan Lehri has said that the Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Department is one of the most important areas of secondary education.

“There will be no compromise on the credibility and effective performance of the Board. Strict implementation on the strategies to ensure transparency in examinations and marking. The staff of the Board shall effectively ensure their duties,” Mohammad Khan Lehri said during a surprise visit to the Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education office.

The Provincial Adviser expressed satisfaction over the presence of the staff. On the occasion, the Provincial Adviser also visited various parts of the Board including inspection of the paper checking process. The Adviser for Education visited various parts of the new building for the board along with the Controller Examinations Abdul Nabi Sasoli and directed the concerned authorities to submit an immediate report, issuing instructions to ensure the completion of the building.

Speaking on the occasion, Mohammad Khan Lehri said that the process of extension of Balochistan board should be completed as soon as possible to improve the performance of the board. He also listened to the complaints of the students present in the board office and assured them of their solution. He also issued instructions for redressing candidates’ complaints to the Chairman Board and Controller Examinations.

The provincial adviser said that the registration process for examinations should be made more efficient and transparent so that complaints of candidates can be resolved. He expressed his delight at the presence of staff in all departments and hoped that the staff of the board would avoid any negligence by performing of their duties.